elevate your portfolio with amarrie’s face cream manufacturing excellence

For B2B purchasers seeking excellence, Amarrie is your ideal face cream manufacturing partner. We address your specific needs with over 1000 advanced formulations, each crafted by our team with over 50 years of expertise. Our products combine natural ingredients with scientific innovation, designed to meet the high standards of your discerning clientele.


We understand your challenges: the necessity for quality, consistency, and efficient supplier communication. Our commitment includes rigorous quality assurance, timely deliveries, and robust logistical support, ensuring a smooth integration into your product line. Partner with Amarrie for a seamless, premium skincare offering that elevates your business in the competitive market.

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different types of face creams

The skincare industry offers a diverse range of face creams tailored to address various skin concerns. Understanding the different types can help you make informed decisions for your skincare line. Here are some common categories:

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hot selling face cream product brief

At Amarrie, we take pride in presenting a distinguished line of face creams meticulously crafted to redefine skincare standards. Our commitment to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction sets us apart in the beauty and skincare industry.

private label vitamin c face cream

Wholesale MOQ≥120PCS
Private Label MOQ≥500PCS 

*Same Formula and bottle 

Private Label MOQ≥300PCS

*Customize as you want

Active Ingredients

vitamin c, niacinamide, arbutin, glutathione, glycyrrhiza glabra

Skin Concerns

dull skin, dark spot, uneven skin tone


Possess strong antioxidant effects

Help skin stay moisturized and supple

Improves uneven skin tone and corrects dark spots

private label retinol face cream

Wholesale MOQ≥120PCS
Private Label MOQ≥500PCS 

*Same Formula and bottle 

Private Label MOQ≥300PCS

*Customize as you want

Active Ingredients

retinol, vitamin e, green tea, apple fruit

Skin Concerns

fine lines and wrinkles, collagen production, acne and blemishes


Anti-acne and prevent the future breakout

Help visibly smooth over wrinkles and fine lines

Improves moisture-retention in the skin. and sooth skin

Supports natural collagen production and faster cell turnover

private label collagen face cream

Wholesale MOQ≥120PCS
Private Label MOQ≥500PCS 

*Same Formula and bottle 

Private Label MOQ≥300PCS

*Customize as you want

Active Ingredients

collagen, panthenol, peptides, vitamin c, vitamin e

Skin Concerns

loss of elasticity, fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin, hydration and moisture retention


Deep hydration through the skin

Promote cell renewal, firming skin
and boosting elasticity.

Promote cell renewal, firming skin
and boosting elasticity.

private label lighten skin face cream

Wholesale MOQ≥120PCS
Private Label MOQ≥500PCS 

*Same Formula and bottle 

Private Label MOQ≥300PCS

*Customize as you want

Active Ingredients

symwhite377,tranexamic acid, glabridin
vitamin c, ceramide

Skin Concerns

pigmentation, dark spots, uneven skin tone, uneven texture


Improves your skin's texture, and fine lines

Promotes an even-toned, radiant complexion

Inhibits the release of tyrosinase and effectively reduces the formation of melanin

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pick wisely for your face

When considering skincare products, it's essential to choose wisely based on your specific concerns and goals. Here's a brief guide to help you make informed decisions:

  • desired benefits

  • skin type

  • consider key factors

  • face cream supplier

benefits of daily face cream

Are you on the quest for a simple yet effective solution to enhance the health and appearance of your skin? Look no further – daily face moisturizing holds the key to unlocking a radiant and youthful complexion. 

Hydration and Nourishment:  Daily moisturizing ensures your skin receives essential hydration and nourishment, preventing dryness, flakiness, and rough patches. Well-hydrated skin appears plump, supple, and radiant, maintaining elasticity and reducing the risk of fine lines and wrinkles.

Anti-Aging Effects:  Combat signs of aging with a moisturizer containing anti-aging ingredients like hyaluronic acid and peptides. Boost collagen production, improve elasticity, and rejuvenate your complexion, reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots.

Enhanced Protection:  Moisturizing acts as a protective barrier against environmental stressors like pollution and UV rays. A moisturizer with SPF provides an additional shield, guarding against sun damage, premature aging, sunspots, and skin cancer.

Improved Texture and Radiance:  Enhance skin texture and radiance by smoothing rough patches, minimizing pores, and promoting a healthy glow. Achieve an even skin tone and a revitalized complexion, creating a smooth canvas for flawless makeup application.

Soothing and Calming Effects:  Alleviate redness, inflammation, and discomfort, especially for sensitive or irritated skin. Moisturizers with soothing ingredients like aloe vera, chamomile, or green tea extract provide anti-inflammatory benefits, leaving your skin calm and balanced.

Improved Makeup Application:  Hydrated skin enhances makeup application, allowing products to blend seamlessly for a natural finish. Create a hydrated base that helps makeup adhere better and last longer, ensuring a fresh and flawless appearance throughout the day.

what’s your skin type?

A good skin-care regimen includes daily moisturizing and sun protection to fight free radicals and fend off ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. Moisturizing after bathing so that your still-damp skin will seal in moisture.

Based on a variety of reasons, including genes and (more manageable) factors like diet, your skin type falls into one of five categories. The most common type in women is combination.

It’s important to know your skin type to make sure you’re putting the right stuff on your face. Very dry skin probably won’t benefit from a water-based product; drier skin will appreciate heavier moisturizers to soak up as much moisture as possible.

  • Dry (will benefit from a heavier, oil-based moisturizer)
  • Oily (will benefit from lighter, water-based moisturizers)
  • Mature (will benefit from oil-based moisturizers to preserve moisture)
  • Sensitive (will benefit from soothing ingredients, like aloe, that won’t be harsh on the skin)
  • Normal/Combination (will benefit from a lighter, water-based moisturizer)

If you’re not sure of your skin type, you can take a simple test. All that’s required is a few sections of tissue paper and a couple minutes of your time. After pressing the paper to different areas of your face, you can determine your skin type, based on how much oil the paper has picked up.

choosing a healthy face moisturizer

Ingredient Awareness: Read labels to grasp the ingredients. Being ingredient-savvy helps you make informed decisions about what you put on your face.

Fragrance-Free vs. Unscented: 

  1. Fragrance-Free: Implies no added fragrances, though natural scents may still exist. 
  2. Unscented: May contain fragrances to mask chemical odors. Watch for synthetic fragrances that could trigger allergies.

Active vs. Inactive Ingredients: Active ingredients drive product effectiveness, while inactive ones assist in the product's formulation.

Non-comedogenic: Indicates a product is non-clogging or oil-free, preserving skin moisture while managing excess oil.

Hypoallergenic: Claims to cause fewer allergic reactions, but this term lacks FDA-backed requirements.

Natural vs. Organic: 

  1. Natural: May use botanical ingredients with or without chemicals. 
  2. Organic: Implies ingredients are grown without chemicals. FDA guidelines for certified organic products provide clarity on organic claims.

Broad-Spectrum: Denotes protection against both UVB and UVA rays. Some moisturizers offer a two-in-one blend with sunscreen.

Parabens: Common preservatives with debated health concerns. FDA considers them safe at low levels, but they may still be present in products marked as organic.

Phthalates: Found in various products, with concerns about potential health risks. Studies suggest minimal risk, but ongoing scrutiny continues.

Understanding these nuances empowers you to make informed decisions when selecting cosmetics. For further clarity, always check ingredient lists and stay abreast of FDA guidelines for a safer and healthier skincare routine.

key considerations when selecting a face cream supplier

When seeking a reliable face cream supplier for your business, it's essential to prioritize factors that contribute to product quality, ethical practices, and a seamless partnership. Here's a comprehensive guide to help you make an informed decision.

Product Quality and Formulation: 

  • Examine Ingredients: Ensure the supplier uses high-quality and safe ingredients in their face cream formulations. 
  • Customization Options: Check if the supplier offers customization to meet the specific needs and preferences of your target market.

Communication and Support: 

  • Communication Channels: Evaluate the supplier's communication channels and responsiveness to inquiries or concerns. 
  • Customer Support: Check if the supplier provides dedicated customer support to address any issues or queries promptly.

Manufacturing Standards: 

  • Certifications: Verify that the supplier adheres to industry standards and holds relevant certifications for skincare product manufacturing. 
  • Quality Control Measures: Inquire about their quality control processes to guarantee consistency and excellence in every batch.

Cost and Payment Terms: 

  • Transparent Pricing: Ensure transparent pricing structures with no hidden costs. 
  • Flexible Payment Terms: Seek suppliers offering flexible payment terms that align with your business cash flow.
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the production process of face cream

Producing high-quality face cream involves a meticulous and controlled manufacturing process. This overview outlines the key stages involved in the production of face cream, ensuring a product that meets the highest standards of quality and efficacy.


Ingredient Selection

Carefully select raw materials based on their skin benefits, stability, and compatibility. Prioritize quality suppliers to ensure the consistency and purity of ingredients.


Prototype Creation

Develop prototype formulations based on the selected ingredients. Conduct preliminary laboratory tests to assess stability, texture, scent, and overall product performance.



1. Production Planning: Create a comprehensive production plan outlining the quantities of raw materials needed, production timelines, and quality control measures. 

2. Mixing and Emulsification: Combine the selected ingredients in precise quantities, employing advanced mixing and emulsification techniques to achieve a homogeneous blend.

3. Heating and Cooling: Subject the mixture to controlled heating and cooling processes, ensuring proper viscosity and stability of the cream.

4. Filtration: Filter the cream to remove any impurities or particulates, guaranteeing a smooth and consistent final product.


Quality Control

Subject the face cream to stability testing under varying conditions to guarantee its quality throughout its shelf life.